Children's Theater Camp

Ignite your child's creativity at the Holladay Arts Council's Page to Stage program—an annual week-long event! Open to grades 1-6 (in the 2024-2025 school year), this workshop is a journey into the world of theater. Participants develop a short play inspired by a children's book, learning fundamental acting skills like movement, voice, cooperation, and imagination. 

At the week's end, your child takes center stage to share their newfound talents with a supportive and enthusiastic audience.

The 2025 Page to Stage will be announced in Spring 2025. 

The registration fee is $10. Need based scholarships are available.

About the Teachers

2B29EC56-535C-4F88-8209-B3B91D3D7D6D_1_105_c - CopyMaggie ChamnessMaggie is thrilled to be taking on the Page to Stage project this summer. As a proud Holladay resident with a history of local theatre she has rehearsed and performed on the same stage and hopes to pass her passion for theatre to younger actors. Some of her past directing credits include Frozen Kids at the Performing Arts Center at Kapolei, Oahu, as well as assistant directing Puffs and The Foreigner at Skyline High School. Maggie plans to graduate with a B.F.A in musical theatre at the University of Northern Colorado next spring and looks forward to finding more ways to introduce the love of theatre to new generations!

823A2493 - CopyNatalie BradleyNatalie developed her love of theater while in elementary school thanks to her 6th grade teacher who introduced her to Shakespeare. She participated in both school and community theater projects for many years and enjoys traveling near and far to see theater productions. In 2019 Natalie started the Page to Stage children's theater program bringing literature to life on stage while serving on the Holladay Arts Council. Natalie and her husband have been residents of Holladay for eleven years along with their five children and two dogs.


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